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Category Archives: Films
Let us mark Tuesday, October 28th as the day that Marvel blew the collective minds of fandom, drew forth screaming cries of joy from fanboys and fangirls alike, and blew up a ridiculous number of twitter feeds. Marvel dropped a … Continue reading
Dammit, Hydra. — Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) October 22, 2014 The hype began Tuesday night, with an announcement just after Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD that the trailer would be making its debut Tuesday, October 28th in primetime on ABC. But just … Continue reading
Since I saw the sequel to 2005’s Sin City the Sunday of its opening weekend, in a theater of less than ten people, I’ve been trying to figure out what went wrong. I’ve been looking forward to this sequel ever … Continue reading
I don’t know if you know, but Guardians of the Galaxy came out this weekend. Look out for a spoilery discussion once the rest of the GRC team gets the chance to watch it! I got to see Guardians of the Galaxy … Continue reading
It’s shaping up to be a big year for announcements at San Diego Comic Con, and we here at GRCT are on pins and needles waiting to see what Marvel has in store for their panel tomorrow, even if none … Continue reading
There’s been lots of talk and discussion lately on the lack of female-led superhero films (especially when Black Widow is poised for one right now), but the animated market does provide room for said films. While the title gives Punisher … Continue reading
I should be doing homework and getting ready for class on this dreary morning, but instead, the Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer launched and I can’t stop watching it. Captain America: The Winter Soldier may be a movie about Steve … Continue reading
I wasn’t a big fan of the Kick-Ass comics. I read them in 2010 when a preview for Kick-Ass caught my attention and I wanted to read the source material beforehand. The shock value of the title was a novelty … Continue reading
It’s been a rough couple of years for the Marvel comics properties not being made into films by the juggernaut that is Marvel Studios. The Amazing Spider-Man and X-Men: First Class made money, obviously, but when compared to the success … Continue reading